Speaker Sisterhood and WHMP on Connecting Point (WGBY)

Speaker Sisterhood on WHMP Encourages Female Empowerment Carrie Saldo, host and producer of WGBY’s ConnectionPoint, interviews our very own Angela Lussier. Tonight’s topic: the "Women's Truth" series that recently ran on WHMP radio. In a classic “but wait, there’s more” moment, several other women of Speaker Sisterhood will be on hand, too: WHMP News Director … Continue reading Speaker Sisterhood and WHMP on Connecting Point (WGBY)

Right On Time: Starting Drums at 38 by Dana Wilde

This is Dana, in Easthampton. I'm the drummer in the band, Ex-Temper. I picked-up drums in 2013 when I was 38 years old. I'd started lessons early in the year and then went out and did a life-changing weekend at Ladies Rock Camp Boston that spring. But I'd been interested in drums since I was … Continue reading Right On Time: Starting Drums at 38 by Dana Wilde

Understanding Gender by a Loving Mother

I’m Amber. I was born and raised in western Massachusetts and returned here shortly after graduating college to raise a family of my own. For 13 years I thought it was a boy mom. After all, I had two boys. Or, so I thought. When my daughter transitioned, I was scared. She’s my baby and … Continue reading Understanding Gender by a Loving Mother

Voicing Your Truth by Brenda Loan Baker

Maybe sometimes life is different from the pictures taken of it. Why did you choose this topic? Finding and using my voice again helped me rediscover myself and my confidence, and I want to share that with the world. Why do women in the community need to hear it? It’s important for women to hear, … Continue reading Voicing Your Truth by Brenda Loan Baker

Watermelon Bubbalicious by Becky Vesce

This speech tells the story of when I was four years old, grocery shopping with my mom. I wanted a pack of Watermelon Bubbalicious Bubblegum, but my mother said no. So, I swiped it from the store. I made it just outside the door when my mother noticed a lump underneath my pink turtleneck. She … Continue reading Watermelon Bubbalicious by Becky Vesce

Someone Is in Here by Beth Ann Jedziniak

Here’s the truth about why I finally joined the Speaker Sisterhood. I attended a meeting and loved it but soon after I left, doubts crept in. You know the ones. What do I really have to say that’s of any importance? And why would anyone want to listen to someone like me? So I decided … Continue reading Someone Is in Here by Beth Ann Jedziniak

How I Finally Got Unstuck by Lenore Braun

I couldn’t believe it. There I was sitting at my desk when this feeling overcame me. It was a feeling that landed somewhere between total frustration and sheer panic. How in the world, after everything I had done and everything I had tried, was I stuck? I was stuck in this typical 8-5 administrative job. … Continue reading How I Finally Got Unstuck by Lenore Braun

In the Attic of Dreams by Angela Lussier

Reminiscent of Microsoft’s start in a garage in the 80s, the Speaker Sisterhood is being built out of a small room in the attic of a Victorian home in Holyoke. Hear what that’s like from Speaker Sisterhood’s CEO and founder, Angela Lussier. Why did you choose this topic? I chose this topic because the only … Continue reading In the Attic of Dreams by Angela Lussier

Women Share Their Truth Through The Speaker Sisterhood WHMP Radio Series

“When a woman tells her story, she gives other women permission to share theirs.” “When a woman tells her story, she gives other women permission to share theirs.” That's according to Angela Lussier, founder and CEO of the “Speaker Sisterhood”, a network of speaking clubs for women, founded in 2016 in Holyoke, MA.  The Speaker … Continue reading Women Share Their Truth Through The Speaker Sisterhood WHMP Radio Series

Truth. It’s Complicated by Lauren Simonds

This is the transcript of a speech on truth given by Lauren Simonds, a member of the Speaker Sisterhood Club in Northampton and the Speaker Sisterhood social media team. Want to tell your story? Check out a club or start your own. Most of us, having grown up in a civil society, were taught to tell the truth … Continue reading Truth. It’s Complicated by Lauren Simonds